Ferris State Hockey Team Stranded In Minneapolis After Weekend Tournament [VIDEO]
MINNEAPOLIS (WWJ) - The snowy conditions are making it difficult to drive and impossibly in some instances to fly.
The Ferris State Hockey Team is just trying to get home following a tournament in Minnesota - and so far - most haven't had any luck.
Players are stretched out in the Minneapolis terminal - some sleeping, others playing cards while assistant coaches go over a new game plan - what to do to get back home to Big Rapids.
The second ranked Bulldogs are stuck in Minnesota for now...but according to radio announcer Dominic Hennig - at least the head coach and equipment manager lucked out.
"The funny thing is ...they drove out separate which was kind of a smart idea because they actually left right after the game last night - we were supposed to fly out this morning and same thing meet them back at the ice arena but that obviously didn't happen ... we're still stuck here so good planing on their behalf beforehand," said Hennig.
Hennig says the players are pretty bored ...
"I'm looking around, players are just sitting down in the terminals, some are playing cards, some are on their stomachs some are on their backs sleeping or on their tablets ... but no sign of leaving anytime soon from the Minneapolis flight crew," said Hennig.
A few of them put, ahem, engineering skills to use, creating a kind of human horse and riding it down the moving sidewalk.
The agenda for now is to get cold hard cash - so the student athletes can get some food.
The travel issues are just adding to the annoyance after a loss last night - the team's first in nearly three months.
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